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Information related to inter-Korean developments

As a second summit looms, fear of a bad deal prevails in Washington DC

As a second summit looms, fear of a bad deal prevails in Washington DC

Observers in the U.S. capital are increasingly concerned Trump will give away too much

As a second summit looms, fear of a bad deal prevails in Washington DC
Andrei Lankov
Andrei Lankov February 6, 2019
South Korean NGO planning to spend KRW510 million sending flour to North Korea

South Korean NGO planning to spend KRW510 million sending flour to North Korea

Aid to be imported from a third country, delivered to Nampo port

South Korean NGO planning to spend KRW510 million sending flour to North Korea
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji January 31, 2019
South Korea submits jointly-produced Han/Imjin River Estuary plans to North Korea

South Korea submits jointly-produced Han/Imjin River Estuary plans to North Korea

Project intends to facilitate inter-Korean use of the previously-closed off area

South Korea submits jointly-produced Han/Imjin River Estuary plans to North Korea
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji January 30, 2019
How to talk so North Korea will listen – NK News Podcast ep.55
Podcast

How to talk so North Korea will listen – NK News Podcast ep.55

International Crisis Group's Chris Green discusses diplomacy, inter-Korean ties, and sanctions

How to talk so North Korea will listen – NK News Podcast ep.55
Jacco Zwetsloot
Jacco Zwetsloot January 28, 2019
North Korean media demands South Korea suspend low-key, regional military drills

North Korean media demands South Korea suspend low-key, regional military drills

Rodong Sinmun slams "dangerous" exercises as Pyongyang steps up criticism of ROK military

North Korean media demands South Korea suspend low-key, regional military drills
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji January 28, 2019
South Korea to postpone proposed visit by businesspeople to KIC

South Korea to postpone proposed visit by businesspeople to KIC

More "concrete consultations" with North, among other things, needed before trip can go ahead: MOU

South Korea to postpone proposed visit by businesspeople to KIC
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji January 25, 2019
Kim Jong Un sees himself in a “position of strength” ahead of second summit: expert

Kim Jong Un sees himself in a “position of strength” ahead of second summit: expert

The Brookings Institution's Jung Pak says Trump is underprepared for complex negotiations

Kim Jong Un sees himself in a “position of strength” ahead of second summit: expert
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji January 24, 2019
DPRK officials urge all Koreans to “smash” sanctions, pursue economic cooperation

DPRK officials urge all Koreans to “smash” sanctions, pursue economic cooperation

Joint statement urges citizens to reject the "cunning moves of outsiders"

DPRK officials urge all Koreans to “smash” sanctions, pursue economic cooperation
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji January 24, 2019
DPRK media condemns U.S. for “anachronistic” demands over military cost-sharing

DPRK media condemns U.S. for “anachronistic” demands over military cost-sharing

Washington reportedly demanding Seoul pay USD$1 billion under new agreement

DPRK media condemns U.S. for “anachronistic” demands over military cost-sharing
Dagyum Ji
Dagyum Ji January 23, 2019
South Korea, breaching UN rules, failed to report oil shipments to North Korea

South Korea, breaching UN rules, failed to report oil shipments to North Korea

342.9 tons of petroleum products were exported to North Korea last year, data reveals

South Korea, breaching UN rules, failed to report oil shipments to North Korea
Chad O'Carroll
Chad O'Carroll January 22, 2019